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1151. Selected Timber Products--Imports and Exports



 
Product     Unit 1970 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
 
IMPORTS 1
Lumber, total 2 Mil. bd. ft 6,114 9,866 9,523 9,361 12,254 13,632 14,996 14,585 15,192 13,755 15,232 13,063 11,708 13,426 15,368 16,534 17,524 18,363 18,237 19,012 ________ ________
    From Canada. Percent 96.0 97.5 97.5 98.2 98.3 97.9 97.6 97.7 97.2 94.5 91.7 91.2 98.4 98.4 98.0 97.4 97.0 97.1 96.2 96 ________ ________
  Softwoods. Mil. bd. ft 5,778 9,573 9,232 9,150 11,993 13,304 14,632 14,238 14,680 13,450 14,883 12,831 11,498 13,167 15,055 16,165 17,169 17,986 17,786 18,463 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 434 1,826 1,763 1,624 2,569 2,681 2,720 2,792 2,827 2,767 2,864 2,519 2,495 3,296 4,797 5,756 5,216 6,519 6,986 6,310 ________ ________
  Hardwoods. Mil. bd. ft 337 293 291 211 261 328 364 347 511 305 349 232 210 260 313 369 354 377 451 549 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 62 152 154 104 134 173 127 119 214 173 152 141 142 176 224 283 289 296 357 399 ________ ________
 
Logs, total. Mil. bd. ft.3 144 128 101 117 165 147 99 79 83 68 39 23 14 43 94 110 80 115 128 185 ________ ________
    From Canada. Percent 80 95 93 99 98 97 82 78 92 92 51 84 66 94 95 77 70 82 83 91 ________ ________
  Softwoods. Mil. bd. ft.3 107 114 88 99 142 117 71 52 69 56 21 13 8 37 86 94 55 84 84 147 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 9 17 17 23 24 15 17 7 19 15 11 7 5 20 43 54 41 41 40 57 ________ ________
  Hardwoods. Mil. bd. ft.3 38 13 14 18 23 30 28 26 14 12 18 10 6 7 8 16 26 31 43 38 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 5 3 3 3 3 5 4 4 3 3 17 10 6 6 9 14 20 24 27 32 ________ ________
 
Paper and board 4 1,000 tons 6,845 8,013 7,779 7,321 8,357 10,148 10,444 10,922 11,855 12,184 12,027 12,195 11,086 11,730 12,990 13,651 14,292 13,023 14,525 14,538
  Value. Mil. dol 1,039 3,418 3,672 3,682 4,019 5,324 5,698 6,036 5,995 8,002 8,330 8,427 7,929 7,899 8,527 6,462 12,340 11,502 11,524 12,558 ________ ________
Woodpulp. 1,000 tons 3,513 4,051 4,087 3,656 4,093 4,490 4,466 4,582 4,850 5,038 5,004 4,893 4,997 5,029 5,413 5,650 5,969 5,692 6,398 5,984 ________ ________
  Value. Mil. dol 483 1,684 1,764 1,493 1,472 1,845 1,521 1,606 2,069 2,608 2,981 2,831 2,132 2,094 1,860 2,272 3,728 2,580 2,540 2,364 ________ ________
Plywood. Mil. sq. ft.5 2,049 1,235 1,512 1,878 2,747 2,527 3,112 3,234 3,932 3,358 1,983 1,687 1,457 1,776 1,786 1,693 1,951 1,780 2,111 2,429 ________ ________
  Value. Mil. dol 208 409 465 331 451 438 399 428 616 577 516 572 486 595 705 736 748 718 759 742 ________ ________
 
EXPORTS
 
Lumber, total 2 Mil. bd. ft 1,243 2,507 2,379 2,050 2,319 2,121 1,841 2,422 3,241 4,348 4,137 4,614 3,880 3,513 3,280 3,115 2,958 2,898 2,933 2,189 ________ ________
    To: Canada. Percent 21.7 25.2 30.6 20.4 28.6 26.2 23.4 21.1 20 17.3 15.5 14.3 14.6 16.3 17.3 19.6 22 22.9 24.3 26.3 ________ ________
        Japan. Percent 31 26 22 31 27 28 34 37 37 35 39 28 31 32 36 34 33 33 27 16 ________ ________
        Europe. Percent 24.1 23.7 16.7 20.0 19.8 16.3 15.0 16.3 16.3 20.5 16.3 14.9 19.4 20.9 16.7 17.5 17.4 16.7 20.2 26 ________ ________
  Softwoods. Mil. bd. ft 1,116 2,007 1,928 1,635 1,756 1,624 1,420 1,888 2,447 3,227 3,340 3,753 3,000 2,567 2,291 2,078 1,872 1,789 1,709 1,129 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 163 789 664 582 609 541 492 647 850 1,132 1,391 1,326 1,341 1,348 1,372 1,310 1,211 1,173 1,052 687 ________ ________
  Hardwoods. Mil. bd. ft 128 488 479 386 514 527 373 499 726 1,163 825 813 881 931 964 1,004 1,057 1,090 1,224 1,060 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 31 272 269 229 305 300 248 338 475 655 649 802 862 974 1,077 1,118 1,201 1,220 1,432 1,222 ________ ________
 
Logs, total. Mil. bd. ft.3 2,741 3,261 2,534 3,208 3,502 3,495 3,843 3,656 4,109 4,798 4,706 4,213 3,761 3,279 2,876 2,684 2,820 2,636 2,398 1,978 ________ ________
    To: Canada. Percent 11 10 10 9 10 12 12 12 10 8 6 9 11 13 14 16 25 20 30 39 ________ ________
        Japan. Percent 86.3 78 70 61.7 57.9 50.4 49.4 57.2 58.3 50.3 63.6 62.3 56.5 62.3 65.4 67.9 61.3 68.6 56.2 51 ________ ________
        China: Mainland. Percent (NA) 3 9 17 21 25 28 17 14 23 10 9 10 7 5 3 1 1 1 1 ________ ________
  Softwoods. Mil. bd. ft.3 2,672 3,109 2,377 3,115 3,391 3,369 3,732 3,516 3,960 4,594 4,493 3,994 3,478 3,055 2,639 2,420 2,552 2,382 2,078 1,646 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 320.0 1,452.0 1,003.0 1,174.0 1,068.0 1,079.0 1,169.0 1,137.0 1,526.0 2,090.0 2,145.0 2,137.0 1,841.0 1,902.0 2,237.0 1,996.0 2,005.0 1,862.0 1,369.0 904 ________ ________
  Hardwoods. Mil. bd. ft.3 69 152 157 93 112 126 111 140 149 204 213 219 283 224 237 264 268 253 320 332 ________ ________
    Value. Mil. dol 36 129 92 84 98 101 91 98 118 160 223 252 234 238 253 282 283 249 307 313 ________ ________
 
Paper and board 4 1,000 tons 2,433 4,241 3,630 3,494 3,786 3,542 3,290 3,972 4,111 4,239 4,713 5,163 6,435 7,021 6,835 7,536 7,621 9,118 10,368 9,103 ________ ________
  Value. Mil. dol 602 2,773 2,891 2,589 2,481 2,552 2,266 2,488 2,280 3,753 4,261 5,035 6,006 6,392 6,541 5,780 9,680 9,725 10,191 9,831 ________ ________
Woodpulp. 1,000 tons 3,095 3,806 3,678 3,395 3,644 3,594 3,795 4,458 4,889 5,528 5,766 5,905 6,338 7,222 6,499 6,728 8,261 7,170 6,990 6,025 ________ ________
  Value. Mil. dol 464 1,652 1,661 1,415 1,362 1,502 1,354 1,662 2,259 2,915 3,513 3,156 2,800 3,114 2,389 2,833 4,537 3,174 2,981 2,538 ________ ________
Plywood. Mil. sq. ft.5 172 413 733 493 615 408 365 676 855 1,108 1,562 1,766 1,553 1,760 1,677 1,455 1,517 1,499 1,802 970 ________ ________
  Value. Mil. dol 16 108 178 117 143 94 86 150 194 247 292 337 295 366 402 351 367 338 418 245 ________ ________


Not available.
1 Customs value of imports; see text, section 28.
2 Includes railroad ties.
3 Log scale.
4 Includes paper and board products. Excludes hardboard.
5 3/8 inch basis.

Source: U.S. Forest Service. Timber Demand and Technolgy Assessment, RWU-4861. Also in Agricultural Statistics, annual, and unpublished data.

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